The Chelsea administrator pokes fun at himself with a blunt three-word statement after the Man City-Tottenham carnage

CHELSEA’s social media administrator poked fun at himself with a blunt three-word statement after Manchester City and Tottenham’s eventful games.

The Blues hosted City after a 4-1 London derby win over Spurs, which saw two players sent off.

Chelsea drew 4-4 against Man City


Chelsea drew 4-4 against Man CityPhoto credit: EPA

Chelsea posted on X, formerly Twitter, after the five-goal thriller: “Honestly had quieter evenings.”

But the Blues’ social media account was called into action when Premier League champions City came to Stamford Bridge.

This game ended in a 4-4 draw, with City believing they had scored a late winner when Rodri’s shot deflected past Robert Sanchez.

But the drama came late when Armando Broja scored a penalty in stoppage time, allowing former City star Cole Palmer to convert the spot-kick.

After the eight-goal classic, Chelsea responded to his previous post with: “Had quieter weeks.”

Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino raged at the final whistle because he thought Raheem Sterling was off target.

But the Argentine later said: “I have to apologize to Anthony.” [Taylor] and the officials.

“At this moment I feel Raheem [Sterling] can score the fifth goal. In that moment, as we finished the game, I turn to Anthony and say, ‘What the hell is going on here?’ Why stop the action at that moment?’


“Then I turned around and said: ‘I deserve a yellow card’ because yes, I went over the limit. I would like to apologize because this type of behavior does not reflect well on me and football.”

As for ignoring Guardiola, he added: “I would also like to apologize to him. At that moment I didn’t see him. I was just focused on what was happening. That’s why I would also like to apologize to Pep.”

Guradiola replied: “It’s not a problem. I don’t want to talk about it, it’s okay. Anyone with the emotions, it happened to me sometimes.”

“It’s fine, honestly. I don’t want you to misunderstand me. This has happened in the past with Pochettino, but it’s okay. Totally, totally fine.”

Mauricio Pochettino raged after the final whistle


Mauricio Pochettino raged after the final whistlePhoto credit: Getty

Olly Dawes

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